Freedive Trips

Freedive Nusa is not only providing freedive courses in Nusa Penida, we also organize awesome unique freediving trips around Indonesia. For us freediving is not only line training. We offer our guests possibilities to practice their new skills in realistic environments and have lot of fun together. Immersing along coral walls, diving with graceful manta rays, swimming with turtles, exploring ship wrecks,…
Freediving in Indonesia is very diverse! Indonesia is one of the best countries for devoted freedivers!

Below you can find some of our upcoming trips and events.

Manta Trip around Nusa Penida

We care about Nusa Penida

Price: USD 35
Duration: 3-4 hours
Location: Nusa Penida
Upcoming dates: every day

Join us for an underwater adventure and experience the graceful Manta Rays. Nusa Penida offers to visitors unique possibility to swim with these gentle giants.
We are visiting mantas almost every day. Trip can be canceled only due to strong sea conditions like big swell or stormy weather.
On this half day trip we will bring you to three different dive sites. We will meet around 7:30am at Freedive Nusa to take our equipment and then head to Toyapakeh from where the boat is leaving. You will be back to the island around midday.

First dive site will be Manta Bay or Manta Point where you can snorkel or freedive with Manta Rays. Which of these two dive sites we go depends on the conditions on that day as both are on the exposed site of Nusa Penida where strong currents and swell can be prevailing.

Our second stop will be at a reef snorkeling site. Either Crystal Bay or Gamat Bay which both present an abundance of colorful corals and reef fish. And if you are lucky a turtle, stingray, mantis shrimp or small catshark might be around.

Our last stop will be at Buddha Point where an underwater Buddha statue has been placed at about 5m depth an can easily be seen from the surface. For Freedivers it is an easy dive down to take some beautiful underwater pictures.

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Freedive Safari to Komodo National Park

Freedive Safari to Komodo National Park

Price: USD 650
Duration: 4 days
Location: Komodo National Park, Indonesia
Upcoming dates: 23-27 December

Experiencing colourful dive sites with pristine underwater world, lonely beaches with pink sand, delightful sunsets, encounters with manta rays and spending a wonderful time with like-minded people in a peaceful environment.

Join us on our regular Freediving Trip to Komodo National Park which is located in Flores Island just one hour flight from Bali.

Komodo National Park lays in Indonesia close to the island of Flores and is famous for its unique underwater flora and fauna, attracting divers from all around the world. It is best known for its Komodo Dragons – the largest lizard species on the planet. Komodo is a truly unique place which is equally beautiful under and above the water.

A Freediving liveaboard is on of the best ways to experience it!
This is a unique opportunity to see the best of Komodo National Park: Komodo dragons on Komodo Island, the beauty of Padar Island, experience freediving with giant Mantas Rays, explore underwater life and beautiful landscapes near islands of Kanawa, Gili Lawa and Tata Makasar.

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Freedive Trip to Raja Ampat

Freedive Trip to Raja Ampat

Price: USD 1300
Duration: 7 days
Location: Raja Ampat Archipelago, West Papua, Indonesia
Upcoming dates: 5-12 November

Have you ever heard about Raja Ampat?
Raja Ampat Archipelago located in West Papua Province of Indonesia is a unique place that every freediver dreaming about. This is officially the richest reefs in the world. 75% of all known coral species in the world, 1300 fish species, 13 species of marine mammals, 7 species of sea turtles, 700 species of molluscs, 57 species of marine shrimps. There is no other place on the Earth where freedivers can enjoy such richness of underwater world! Landscapes of Raja Ampat are unique and scenic as well.

We will spend one week on the small island called Kri doing some freediving training on the home reef and exploring underwater life of Raja Ampat as well as land wonders of archipelago.

The trip to these islands in the middle of nowhere is unforgettable experience and something that can be told to children and grandchildren.

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